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Old 05-12-2012, 10:17 AM   #1
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pan crashes in slack64-current immediately after clicking the "send article" button


Hi,

I've had this problem already some years ago (when slackware64 was new).
The newsreader pan crashes in the moment, when the send-button is pushed.

The solution: Yesterday I rebuilt pan with the original-slackbuild-script, but version 0.137. Now the problem is solved.

I did not try, but I would suspect, that a rebuild of version 0.134 which comes with slackware64-current will also work.

Note that I dont have any problems with pan on my slackware-current (32bit) netbook.

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